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. >> reporter: the new york city marathon is canceled. >> this year there of not unity around the player -- there was not unity around the marathon, anything but. it had become divisive and you can't have the marathon if it's divisive. >> there actually became this animosity towards runners. >> reporter: about 40,000 runners from around the world were expected to take part in the expect. the race was supposed to start in staten island, one of the hardest hit areas by hurricane sandy. meanwhile recovery efforts continue in the northeast. as millions remain without power homeland security secretary janet napolitano said the federal government is helping to restore electricity. >> the department of defense yesterday was airlifting utility crews with their equipment here to new york, to new jersey and other places impacted by the storm and more of those airlifts we anticipate to be coming over the coming days. >> reporter: new jersey governor chris christie putting pressure on utility companies. >> i'm getting these plans for the power companies. if they do not meet these deadlines, they'r
. we have ben stein. we're talking hurricane sandy with ben stein. >> do you think that new york city is prepared for the relief efforts of hurricane sandy? >> i think they're extraordinarily well-prepared. i'm very impressed. >> artie lang posted a picture of himself with a flashlight. he said god i miss electricity. [laughter] >> he is a cool guy. >> i'm impressed. >> all right, thank you very much. have a good day, mr. stein. >> lindsay, one question. >> lindsay vaughn, olympic skier. >> [beep]. >> this is hilarious. >> sorry. we have to interrupt really quick. >> what? >> hey, johnny, can we talk about your parents for a second? >> what happened? >> johnny walker's parents went out for halloween. the dad dressed as dax and the mom is charles. >> your dad rocks. >> your parents are fun. >> yeah, they're great. >> guess what i got charles! [laughter] >> great. >> who's the boss now? [laughter] >> here's the boss. oh, gosh. >> coming up -- >> there's this adorable monkey in the san francisco zoo that everybody believes is like the good luck charm for the giants to win the world seri
and winchester 32 degrees. it is going to be a cold won. wanted you to see new york -- one. wanted you to see new york city and so many without power 36 degrees readings. it will be cold through the mid- atlantic and up through the north and east but dry. temperatures overnight, mid-20s in the suburbs to 34 degrees in the district. perhaps you stay in the mid-30s close to the bay and on the eastern shore. this is piece one of what we'll be watching in the wednesday, thursday time period and to be sure, it's going to be raining across the deep south tomorrow. that is the first stage of our nor'easter. it will get over to the coast, but it will take this piece of energy getting together with the storm that will move to the coast to kind of deepen it or phase the two pieces of energy to make it a much stronger storm. so where the phase happens, where they get together and where this is on the atlantic coast makes a difference what we'll get and what the ultimate track will be. a lot of chilly air will be in place. the storm grabs some of that warm ocean water and gets developing. will it take a path
the northern great lakes, detroit at 29 degrees, columbus 29, binghamton 32, new york city 41 degrees. we'll call it cold tonight, 28 degrees for hagerstown and frederick, baltimore around 32 degrees, d.c. 35. head down to quantico for a temperature of 30 and you can see out toward winchester 28 degrees. so coal overnight expected freezing and be -- cold overnight expected freezing and below in the suburbs, about 35 degrees in the district with lighter winds out of north at 5 to 10 miles per hour. we'll keep that going tomorrow, our temperature 50 degrees. so a cool day with the average being in the upper 50s now but definitely wall to wall sunshine. at 8 a.m. 38 deges with lots of sun. by noon about 47 degrees and again expecting a good amount of sunshine and by 4:00 about 48 degrees. we stay quiet in the short term. as we check temperatures around the region tomorrow, again it looks like some of you will only be in the low and mid-40s, cumberland only 43 according to our model guidance, winchester, martinsburg and hagerstown 45. you get in closer and it's most likely upper 40s to the cl
there is gasoline rationing in new york city and long island. i'll explain how that's working after we look at what's going on. let's roll this. sanitation trucks are clearing piles of debris on staten island, this ighborhood a full mile from the ocean dealing with 12 feet of water, 12 feet, all across the region hundreds of thousands still freezing in the dark. millions of people, yes, got their power back after sandy tore through only to lose it again from the nor'easter. it dumped up to a foot of snow in some parts of new jersey alone. lots of stories of kindness and generosity, but you know what? a lot of these victims are frustrated wondering how they're going to go on. >> the reason the progress has slowed is because in the impacted areas you basically have to go building by building to make sure what buildings can take the power and what buildings can't take the power before you return power to that area. >> it is meticulous work indeed. so back to the gasoline rationing, drivers have been under a mandatory gas rationing situation since sandy hit 10 days ago restricting people to buying fuel
israelis in bomb shelters and they're picking and choosing cities and they're firing at major cities incding our capital. so in the u.s. states terms it would be like firing at chicago, washington d.c., new york, los angeles one day after next. >> reporter: the u.s. is ready to help our ally israel, but wants this resolved by the two parties involved. some are looking to egypt to be a possible mediator wondering if egypt will be able to pressure hamas to back off as president hosni mubarak used to do. today the egyptian prime minister went into gaza trying to organize some kind of ceasefire. clearly it didn't work. inside israel three people died when a missile hit their home. talk about living in fear, this tel aviv couple forced to take wedding pictures outside a bomb shelter. in gaza city israel's airstrikes continue pounding away at militants themselves, weapons facilities and missile launching sites. for the first time both the israeli army and hamas have taken to twitter threatening one another. israelis are tweeting no hamas leader better show his face above ground. hamas is
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